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. that and more plus the complete forecast at 11:00. >>> submarine corps has the oldest official sopping in the u.s. military -- song in the u.s. military and we believe we found the oldest living marine in the country. we found him today at the golden corral in rosedale. his name is richard james reinhardt, he's 103 years old. if you don't believe him then card him! >> i've been an employee here for 10 years. i've been waiting on mr. reinhardt probably for the past 10 years. he comes in, in the morning for breakfast. >> the day he came in with his girlfriend. he's dating a younger woman. 103 years old, mr. reinhardt! how about that? that's great. >>> we're still getting calls about the towson slogan. towson, not toeson. >> people from the area -- from outside of the area. negative. no. >>> quick check of the radar. still a little rain moving in. passing shower through perry hall now, going to head up i-95 through bel air and hunt valley. main rain overnight tonight. watch for a wet commute in the morning. >> diane sawyer next up at 6:30 live from japan on "world news tonight."
exposed twice. the u.s. navy is moving several ships away from the plant after detecting low levels of radiation. our military is committed to helping japan get through the crisis but trying to find ways to do so without furthering endangering our own forces there. >>> a group of students left the country to come to anne arundel county. a day after the massive quake hit the class of about 2 students arrived here -- 23 students arrived here saturday and taking part in classes at arundel high school. it's a different scene from what they would be dealing with in their home country. right now their school is closed because of the damage. >> even though our area is away from the area, we have a lot of confusion, especially in the present condition. >> a lot of students are scheduled to be here through this coming sunday. it may be tough to get to pitch in physically with relief efforts, that's why we pick up the phones and make donations, hoping a bit of cash will make a difference. it might. to scammers if you're not careful. j.c. joce sterman has a warning about how they are using t
. the u.s. department of agriculture confirms a beetle has been found in baltimore. what? what is this? it's an asian beetle that arrives in a container of crafts from china earlier this month. experts warn these beetles can cause serious problems. they have an appetite for wood. that's just great. >> interesting. not so welcome a visitor. >>> 47 degrees at the airport. running colder than average as we have been now for more than a week. the first day or two of spring was actually seasonable. after that, colder than average. humidity dry, 18% winds are northwest at 12. i got a few pictures to show you from my visits from appletonned a ventist academy in columbia. i spoke to fifth graders there. they showed me some spirit. they did here. waving hi to everybody at home. a great time out out there at appleton adventist academy today. on the weather front, sunshine and clouds. a decent day but cooler than average even with the sunshine. laurel, i mean, a good-looking day but again that chill just holding tough throughout the day. dry tomorrow. we find nothing on maryland's most powerful dopp
at home. he is calling for a comprehensive safety review of the 104 nuclear reactors here in the u.s. the president wants to make sure they can withstand earthquakes and other disasters. jamie, back to you. >> have you ever stopped and stared at any street corner in baltimore? notice everybody has a cell phone glued to their ear? how much money is verison and at&t making? second thought, which might be your thought sabt your health. abc2 news, what do you hear? >> jamie, as you know, these dais somebody is texting or talking. i know i'm guilty of it. we are addicted to our cell phones, but is it an unhealthy relationship? this is now more murky. we'll give you the details, which measured their brain activity while they were on a call. basically researchers found there was some activity on their brains when these testers were on a call. the only problem is, their study opens up new questions about whether that activity is good or bad. >> it wasn't abnormal activity. it was normal metabolic activity. clearly related to the cell phone signal. that really is very important information
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